Reporting of suspicious transactions
We point to the fact, that starting with July 3rd, 2016 the Market Abuse Regulation (EU) No. 596/2014 (MAR) shall apply. The corresponding national provisions will follow.
Individuals who deal in financial instruments professionally are obliged to notify the FMA immediately when they become aware of facts and information leading to reasonable suspicion of a transaction which constitutes a case of insider dealing or market manipulation (Article 48d para. 9 BörseG).
In such cases the individual is obliged to provide the Financial Market Authority with all information relevant to the potential offence, including a description of the transactions, the reasons for suspecting market abuse and details about the individual subject to reporting obligations. Pursuant to Article 48d para. 10 BörseG, other individuals, especially those on whose behalf the transactions in question were executed, must not be informed of the report, either by the person making it or by the FMA.
If you have a report to make, please fill in all the details in the form “Suspicious Transactions Report” and email it to the FMA at: email@example.com